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Foreign Shipping Arrivals in the Lyttelton Times Jan- March 1862

 

Lyttelton Times  5th April 1862 page 3

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Lyttelton Times, 4 January 1862, Page 4

Arrived. Jan. 2, ketch Emu, 27 tons, McIver, from Wellington.
Jan. 2, schooner Elizabeth, 12 tons, Malcolmson, from Akaroa.
Jan. 2, s.s. Geelong, 108 tons, Boyd, from Dunedin, via Oamaru, Timaru and Akaroa. Passengers — Mrs. Westenra and two < children, Mrs. Pavilt, Messrs. Cullon, Bird, Pavitt, Robinson, Bennett (2), Boothroyd.
Jan. 2, brigantine Fair Tasmanian, 144 tons, Fuller, from Melbourne. Passengers— Mrs. Brooks, Misses Mayo (2), Mr. Overton.
Jan. 2, schooner Surprise, 55 tons, Braund, from Dunedin.
Jan. 2, schooner Albatross, 85 tons, Clarke, from Dunedin. Passengers — Messrs. Watts and Thomas, and 45 steerage.
Jan. 3. s.s. Maid of the Yarra, 97 tons, Louis from Timaru. No passengers.
Jan. 3, ship Evening Star, 811 tons. 11. W. Norris from London. Passengers — Mr. and Mrs. Laurie and 1 child, Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery, Misses J. K. and A. Montgomery, Masters A. and W. Montgomery, Dr. and Mrs. Lillie, Misses P. J. M. and R. Lillie, Masters James and John Lillie, Miss Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Fulton, Misses Georgina and Fanny Fulton, Messrs. Read, Cobbett, Walker, Evans, Middleton, Wingate, Rankin, Wilson, and 2 boys; 6 in 2nd cabin and 13 in steerage. [Cargo in next issue.]

Lyttelton Times, 8 January 1862, Page 4 Arrived.

Jan. 6, brig Windhover, 207 tons, Wood, from Sydney. Passengers- Mr. and Mrs. Trew, Messrs. E. J., Byrne (2) Copesteake, Longman, and Beedenwach.
Jan. 6, barque Fanny Fisher, 239 tons, Smith, from Sydney via Wellington. No passengers.
Jan. 6, s.s. Prince Alfred. 704 tons, Bowden, from Dunedin. Passengers — Mrs. Black and servants, Dr. Black, Mr. Meyer, Mr. J. Browning, Mr. Darling, and 9 in saloon, for Wellington and Nelson. Second cabin—  23 for Lyttelton and 63 for Wellington.
Jan. 6, cutter Julia Ann, 18 tons, Swanson, from Dunedin; in ballast. Passengers—Messrs. Stewart, Field, Coffin, Anderson, Smith, Wakeld, Pairs, Davis, Gay.
Jan. 6, sch. Sea Bird, 15 tons, Ellis, from Akaroa. No passengers.
Jan. 6, sch. Isabella Jackson, 42 tons, McLellan. Put back; head of foremast carried away.

Lyttelton Times, 11 January 1862, Page 4 Arrived.

Jan. 3. s.s. Gazelle, 70 tons, Gay, from Motanau and Pigeon Bay
Same date, ship Mystery, 1074 tons, H. Stap, from London. Cabin Passengers  — Rev. S. and Mrs. Greene, Agnes and Arthur Greene. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Malyon, Mary and Catherine Cheslyn and two children, Miss Butler, Miss Malyon, Miss. Prosser, Messrs. P. and G. Hanmer, Bray, Hepworth, Trotter, and Turton.
Second Cabin:—Messrs. Packer, Cholmondley, Pearson, Flannigan, Osborn, Gordon (2), Hay, .Edwards, Hockell, Abott (2), Bowie, Brownlie, Dimon, McDonald, McIver, Somerton and Manning. [Government Immigrants published in our last.]
Jan. 10, s.s. Maid of the Yarra, 97 tons, Lowne, from Timaru. Passengers —Miss Cowan.

Lyttelton Times, 15 January 1862, Page 4 No Arrivals

Lyttelton Times, 18 January 1862, Page 4 Arrived.

Jan. 15, schooner Wellington, 46 tons, Elmsley, from Timaru. Passenger, J. Clarke.
Jan. 15, s.s. Geelong, 108 tons, Boyd, from Dunedin via Oamaru and Timaru. Passengers: the Lord Bishop of Christchurch, A. and L. P. Traherne, Mr and Mrs. Stack, Mr. and Mrs. Strouts, Messrs. Walker and Russell, and 24 in the steerage.
Jan. 16, cutter Midge, 21 tons, Cameron, from Akaroa, in ballast.
Jan. 16, s.s. Lord Worsley, 291 tons, Kennedy, from Wellington and Northern Ports. Passengers : Miss Moloyn, Mrs. Waterloo, Mrs. Kinder, Miss Roe, Miss Dempsey, Miss Hickson, Mrs. Shaw, the Misses Monteith (2) Mrs. Park, Mrs. Dick, Mrs. Newry and two infants, Messrs. Smith and Waterloo, The Hon. R. G, Wood, Messrs. Pharazyn, McDonald, Kohn, Darling, Shalder, Kinder, Gamlie, Brown, Arkoli, Taylor; Mason, Wakefield, Roe, King, Nathan, Dransfield (2) Boys, Park, Wilson, Pearce, Rev. J. Thorn and Shaw and 46 steerage.
Jan. 17, ship White Star, 2400 tons, Kerr, from Newcastle, New South Wales. Passengers, Mr. Hewlings, Mrs, Kerr and three children, E. Rees.

Sailed
Jan. 14, brigantine Fair Tasmanian, Fuller, for Newcastle, New South Wales, in ballast. Passengers: Mrs. Housefield and two children, Messrs. Lovel and Smith.
Jan. 14, Maid of the Yarra, Lowrie, for Timaru.
Jan. 16, s.s. Geelong, 108 tons, Boyd, for Dunedin via Akaroa and Timaru. Passengers: Mrs. Brrry, Messrs; Chisholm, Hobbs, Edgar, Barry, and Westlake. "
Jan. 16, ship Sebastopol, 992 tons, Fraser, for Moolmein.
Jan. 17, s.s. Lord Worsley, 291 tons, Kennedy, for Dunedin. Passengers: Messrs. Colack, Dobson, Rev. J. Buller Master Buller, Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah, P.J. Moss, from Lyttelton; and 13 cabin passengers and 29 steerage from Northern Ports.

Lyttelton Times, 22 January 1862, Page 4 Arrived

Jan. 18, schooner Emerald Isle, 36 tons, Dixon, from Auckland. Passengers: Mrs. Dixon, Messrs. L. and E. Oakes, Mr. Scott, and three in the steerage.
Jan. ,20, cutter Julia Ann, 18 tons, Swanson, from Dunedin, in ballast. Passengers: E. Davis, wife, and seven children, Mr. and Mrs. Spray, Messrs. Rowney, Packhand, Smith, Datchuse, Dankin, and Gibby.
Jan. 20, s.s. Maid of the Yarra, Lowrie from Timaru and Piraki. Passenger: Mr. Neill.

CLEARED. Jan. 21, ship White Star, 2340 tons, Kerr, for Newcastle, N.S.W., in ballast. Passengers - Mrs. Kerr, 3 children,
Jan. 21., Windhover, 207 tons, Wood, for Sydney.

Lyttelton Times  5th April 1862 page 3Lyttelton Times, 25 January 1862, Page 4

Arrived. Jan. 22, s.s. Lord Worsley, 291 tons, Kennedy, from Dunedin. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. Black, Mrs. Nathan, and child, Misses Pillans (2), Messrs. Graham, Quig, Tully, Wilson, Turnbull; Lindsay, Brown, Simmonds (2), Samson, Studholme, Hiatt (2), McFee, Brooke, Moss, Sladden, Gilkinson, Major Hornbrook, and 82 steerage passengers. 
Jan. 23, ketch Julia, 30 tons, Cowan, from Ikoriki. .

English Shipping
The Matoaka, Captain Stevens, having shipped a supply of live stock and other supplies, and embarked a large number of cabin passengers, who had availed themselves of the advantages of Plymouth for embarkation, sailed on Nov. 20 for Canterbury, New Zealand. She also takes about 100 assisted emigrants, under the authority of the Government of Canterbury. Passengers per Matoaka, Capt. Stevens, for Canterbury, II from Plymouth, Nov. 20.—Mr. and Mrs. John Barton Acland, Mr. and Mrs. Bowen and servant, Mr. Honkinson, Mr. Pattison, Mr. O'Brien, Mr. Hoskyn, Mr. Wren, Mr. H Hurt, Mr. Burley, Mr. Massey, Mr. Boyd, &c.

Lyttelton Times, 29 January 1862, Page 4

Arrived. Jan. 27, brig Louis and Miriam, 127 tons, Vandervord, from Sydney via Otago. Passengers-Mr. Banks and daughter. Steerage-Messrs. Brooks, Whatin, Catterall, and Chapman.
Jan 27, ship Mary Merrill, 423 tons, Taylor, from Boston, U. S. America. Passenger- Mr. Jones. C

Cleared. Jan. 25, schooner Wellington, 46 tons, Elmsley, for Timaru.

Lyttelton Times, 1 February 1862, Page 4

Arrived. 29, schooner Emerald, 35 tons, Sedcole, from Dunedin. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. McAutchinson and 10 children, J. Simpson.
Jan. 29, s.s. Lord Worsley, 291 tons, Woods from Wellington, .with cargo, transhipped ex Airedale, from Sydney. Passengers—Major and Captain Richmond, Messrs. Stafford, H. Stafford, Hobden, King, Muir, Jenner, Cogle, Ford, Roe, Bannatyne, Morse and son, Haley, Stewart, Kirton, White, Denson, Mr, and Mrs. Bonnington, Mrs. Harris and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Dansey, 2 children and 2 infants, and 32 steerage passengers.
Jan. 30, s.s. Geelong, 108 tons, Boyd, from Dunedin via Oamaru and Timaru. Cabin passengers ~ Putnam, Hamilton, Joseph, LeCren, Beswick, Mr. and Mrs. Studholme and servant, Mr. Gooch, and 7 in the steerage.

Lyttelton Times, 5 February 1862, Page 1

Arrived. Jan. 31, Schooner Elizabeth, 12 tons, Malcolmson, from Akaroa
Feb. 3, cutter Julia Ann, 15 tons, Smidt, from Dunedin. Passengers: Rev. V. Ponpiness, Messrs. Guiseppart, Collet, Cole, Thompson, Ralston, Clark, Morgan, Smith.
Feb. 3, ketch Juno, Green, 50 tons, from Saltwater creek
Feb. 3, ketch Industry, 26 tons, Schenkel, from Saltwater creek.
Feb. 3, ketch Julia, 30 tons, Cowan, from Saltwater creek.

Lyttelton Times,  8 February 1862, Page 4

Arrived. Feb. 5, ship Mermaid, 1,233 tons, Rose, from Auckland.
Feb. 6, s.s. Storm Bird, 104 tons, Mundle, from Wellington. Passengers: Messrs. Barlow, Riddeford (2), Baker (2), Hey wood (2), Hoskins, Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Pike, Mr. and Mrs. Haliday.
Feb. 5, s.s. Lord Worsley, 291 tons, Woods, from Dunedin. Passengers: Rev. J. and Master Buller, Messrs. Hessle, Bishop, Thompson, James, Thompson, Reinecker, Bannatyne, Mitchell, Mr. Justice Gresson, and 16 in the steerage for Lyttelton, and 12 cabin and 30 steerage passengers for Wellington and Northern Ports.

Sailed. Feb. 8, s.s. Maid of the Yarra  for Timaru. Passengers: Messrs. Lockwood and Sadler.
Feb 8, schooner Wellington, 46 tons, Elmsley, for Timaru.

Lyttelton Times, 12 February 1862, Page 4

Feb. 8, brigantine Reindeer, 104 tons, Morris, from Hobart Town
Feb. 8., barque Derwent Hunter, 307 tons, Bayley, from Hobart Town. Passengers:  Mr and Mrs Cadman and 3 children, Mr Glockville, Mr Brown.
Feb. 10, ship British Trident, 1399 tons, Haddock, from Melbourne. Passengers: Messrs. Carney, Barry, Brooks, Tewkesbury, Robinson, Napier, Pearce, Haunaway.
Feb 10, ship Matoaka, 1092 tons, Stevens, from Won. Passengers: Mr. and Mrs. C. Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. Packe, Mr and Mrs Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Hoskyns Mr. and Mrs Ackland [sic. Acland], Miss Ackland, Miss Roberts, Miss Fox, Lieutenant Hawkinson, Messrs. Hawkinson, Hurst, O'Brien, Allin, Boyd, Pattison, Fenwick, Massey, Gatkin, Wren, Stewart, Chudleigh and Wrixon.
Feb. 10, brigantine Viceroy, 156 tons, Knarston [Ruarston], from Melbourne. Passenger: Mr. Brooke.

The well known ship Matoaka, Captain Stevens, arrived off the Heads on Sunday evening, after a rapid passage of 81 days. She sailed from Plymouth 20th of November, and for thirteen days experienced heavy westerly and south-west winds, during which time had only reached the parallel of Cape Finesterre. Got the wind then from the north, and made good progress to the Line, which was crossed on the 28th day in long. 27° 30'- W.; had good S.E. trades. On the 2nd of January, passed the ship South Carolina, from Liverpool to Bombay, 54 days, and. next day sighted Gough's Island. Passed the meridian of the Cape of Good Hope on the 48th day. Had from thence to the Snares (which was sighted at midnight on Thursday last) mostly fine weather. In the passage up the coast experienced bad weather, and anchored off the Heads on Sunday evening at 9 p.m., 81 days out. There were three deaths (children) and two births on the passage.

The United States whaling ship Illinois, 413 tons, W. R. Potter, commander, of New Bedford, arrived at Pigeon Bay, on the 4th February, from the South Seas, with 550 barrels sperm and 1000 barrels whale oil, and a quantity of bone.

Lyttelton Times, 15 February 1862, Page 4

Arrived Feb. 12, s.s. Geelong, 108 tons, Boyd, from Dunedin via intermediate ports.  Passengers: Messrs. Rossiter, Barry, Parnell (2), Chisholm, Young, Haskings, Bruten, Marshall, Farr, Swinbourne, Anderson, Denny.
Feb. 13, s.s. Stormbird, 105 tons, Mundle, from Dunedin. Passengers: Mr. and Mrs. Marks, Miss Marks, Messrs. Smart, Merrin, England, Knight, Griffin, Gilmour (2), Cowen, Buckley, Marshall, Froude, James, Tyndall, McGee, Mondan, and 10 for Wellington.

Lyttelton Times, 19 February 1862, Page 4

Arrived : Feb. 14, s.s. Maid of the Yarra, 97 tons, Lowrie, from Timaru.
Feb. 17, brig Dart, 154 tons, Schaplehorn, from Sydney via Wellington. Passengers: Mrs. Turner, and Mrs. Marholland.
Feb. 17, brig Reliance, 118 tons, Clarke, from Hobart Town. Passengers: Mrs. Roland and 4 children, Mr. Connor.
Feb. 17, schooner Rose Ann, 26 tons, Duncan, from Auckland.
Feb. 17, schooner Elizabeth, 12 tons, Malcolmson, from Akaroa.
Feb. 17, s.s. Airedale, 286 tons, Kennedy, from Wellington and Northern Ports. Passengers: Hon. Crosbie Ward, Major and Mrs. Coote, Lieut. McKellar, Messrs. Hall, Ritchie, Pritchard, Garrard, Sackling, and 16 steerage passengers for Lyttelton, 15 chief cabin, and 22 steerage for Otago.
Feb. 17, s.s.. Gazelle, 77 tons, Gay, from Dunedin. Passengers: Messrs. Beverick, Eldridge, Cross, Carter, Buckley, Adkin, Bedford, Jeffreys, Diassel, Mouldie, Lawson, Lambert, Harold, Donovan, Elles, Hedge, Hearnie, Moss, Caust, Orchard, Nosworthy, Turcan, Benjamin, Cookson, Peacock.

The Young America, 1741 tons, Carlyle, from the Clyde with sheep and general cargo, went down to Oamaru to land her stock, but was unsuccessful, and was obliged to leave with.the loss of an anchor and chain. She also brought away Captain Sewell, beach-master. She is now at the Lower Port, having caught the ground coming up, and the Sampson, steamer, has gone down to render assistance if required.

Lyttelton Times, 22 February 1862, Page 1

Arrived Feb. 19, schooner Wellington, 46 tons, Elmsly, from Timaru. Passengers—Messrs. Allan and Poulby.
Feb. 19, cutter Maid of the Mill, 15 tons, Hobbs, from Dunedin, in ballast.

Cleared. Feb. 19, brig Dart, 154 tons, Scaplehorn, for Wellington, Passengers—Messrs. Williamson, Thompson, Samson, Mrs. Barclay and three children.
Feb. 20, ship British Trident, 1399 tons, Haddock, for Melbourne, in ballast. Passengers—Messrs. Kenrick, Masson, Hedge, Gowan, Macauley, and 5 original passengers from Melbourne.
Feb. 21, ship Derwentwater, 567 tons, J. Thomson, for London. Passengers: Mrs. Thomson and child, Mrs. Strangman and family, Capt. and Mrs. Rodgers; Messrs. Draper, Hervey, Fysh, Oatway, Haskins, Denny, Moore. Second cabin: Mr. and Mrs. Wells and child.

Lyttelton Times, 26 February 1862, Page 4

Arrived. Feb. 23, s.s. Airedale, 286 tons, Kennedy, from Dunedin. Passengers : Mrs. Johnstone, Messrs. Frost, Luke, McKellar, Jones, Burnett, Rattray, Land, Ateyo, Sinclair, Cox (2), Johnson, Ereiner, Price, Rumble, Puxworthy, Herbert, Lambert, Hicks, Pearce (2), Simpson, Mrs. Bentley, and 18 original passengers for Northern Ports.
Feb. 24, s.s. Omeo, 604 tons, McLachlan, from Melbourne via Dunedin. Passengers: Miss Buckley, Mrs. Anderson and child, Messrs. Matson, Wright, Clarence, Brind, Moodie, Mully, Hammill, Harrington, Priestly (2).

Lyttelton Times, 1 March 1862, Page 4

Arrived. Feb. 27, barque Aurifera, 436 tons, Jack, from Adelaide.
Feb. 27, s.s. Lord Ashley, 296 tons, Wheeler, from Sydney via Nelson and Wellington. Passengers: Messrs. Lane, Paul, Whitcombe, Duppa, Dodds, Fergusson, The Lord Bishop of Christchurch, Mrs. McDonald, Miss Inwood, Miss Thomas, Miss Ford, and 2 steerage passengers for Lyttelton; 21 cabin and 23 steerage passengers for Otago.
Feb. 28, schooner Heron, 91 tons, Laing, from Wanganui. Passengers: Mr. and Mrs. Treweek and family (8), Mr. and Mrs. Wilson.

SAILED. Feb. 26, s.s. Omeo, 604 tons, J. McLachlan, for Otago. Passengers: Hon. C. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Delamaine and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Mudie, Capt. Cox, Messrs, Sheath, O'Callaghan, Miss Moore, and 9 in the steerage.
Feb. 26, s.s. Maid of the Yarra, 97 tons, Gay, for Amuri.
Feb. 27, brig Reliance, 118 tons, Clarke, for Hobart Town.
Feb. 28, s.s. Lord Ashley, 296, Wheeler, for Otago. Passengers: Mr. and Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Harawini, and original passengers.
Feb. 28, ship Mystery, 1074 tons, H. Stap, for Akyab, India. In ballast.

Lyttelton Times, 5 March 1862, Page 4

ARRIVED. Feb. 28, schooner Sarah, 15 tons, Johnson, from Akaroa.
March 3, s.s. Gazelle, 79 tons, Elmsly, from Otago via intermediate ports. Passengers—Messrs. Gray, Rankine, Bland, Black, Cook, Taylor, Buckley, Smith, Davis, Aitkin, Lawcock, Maillie, Napier, Flemming, Boyd, Wagstaff, Smedley.
March 3, brig Susan, 185 tons, Anderson, from Hobart Town. Passengers—Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Creasy and two children, Messrs. Nelson and Gale.

SAILED March 1, schooner Southern Queen, 25 tons, Young, for Wellington.
March 3, barque Aurifera, 436 tons, Jack, for Adelaide, in ballast.
March 3, schooner Heron, 91 tons, Laing, for Wanganui, in ballast.

Lyttelton Times, 8 March 1862, Page 4

ARRIVED. March 6, s.s. Lord Ashley, 296 tons. Wheeler, from Otago. Passengers : Mr. and Mrs. White, Mr. and Mrs. Banks and child ; Messrs. Jackson, Hawkinson, Nicholson, Pike, Acland, and 66 steerage passengers.
March 6, s.s. Maid of the Yarra, 97 tons, Gay, from the Amuri. Passenger : Mr. H.P.M. Aynsley.
March 7, p.s. Geelong, Boyce, from Otago and intermediate ports. Passengers : Mr. and Mrs. Studholme, Mrs. A. E. White and servant, Miss Brown, Miss Cameron, Miss Clifford, Miss Brownam, Miss Smith, Mrs. Johnson; Mrs Adams, Hon. H.J. Tancred, Major Richmond, Messrs. Strode, Willis, Greaves, Budsege, Jackson, Bealey, Mashelski, Blake, Hutchinson, Stevens, and Mr. Parker and child, with 18 in the steerage.

SAILED. March 6, schooner Viceroy, 156 tons, Knarston, for Newcastle, N. S. W. Passenger : J. Lovatt.
March 6, s.s. Maid of the Yarra, 97 tons, Gay, for Gore's bay,
March 7, s.s. Lord Ashley, 296 tons, Wheeler, for Wellington. Passengers: Mr. Brandon and 3 children, Mrs. Taylor, Messrs. Curtis, Parsons, Cook, Innes, McLean, Potts, Farmer, Montgomery, and original passengers from Otago.
March 7, schooner Uira, 26 tons, James, for Timaru.

Lyttelton Times, 12 March 1862, Page 4

ARRIVED. March 7, p. s. Gazelle, 79 tons, Elmsly, from Christchurch
March 7, schooner Elizabeth, 12 tons, Malcolmson, from Akaroa.
March 10, s. s. Maid of the Yarra, 97 tons, Gay. from Gores bay.
March 10, s. s. Gazelle, 79 tons, Elmsly, from Kaiapoi.

SAILED. March 7, s.s. Gazelle, 79 tons, Elmsly, for Kaiapoi, in ballast.
March 8, s.s. Geelong, 108 tons, Boyd, for Dunedin via intermediate ports. Passengers—Mrs. Fraser, Mrs. Dowling, Messrs. Luke, Pavitt, Cheslyn, Jackson, Robinson, Farrs, Latter, Greaves.
March 8, ship Matoaka, 1093 tons, Stevens, for. Guam.
March 10, s.s. Maid of the Yarra, 97 tons, Gay, for Pigeon bay, in ballast.
March 10, p. s. Gazelle, 79 tons, Elmsly, for Kaiapoi, in ballast.

Lyttelton Times, 15 March 1862, Page 4

LYTTELTON. ARRIVED. March 12, s.s. Storm Bird, 105 tons, Mundle, from Wellington, with 3 passengers.
March 13, brigantine Fox, 158 tons, Hoseason, from Newcastle, N.S.W.
March 13, s.s. Gazelle, 79 tons, Elmsley, from Kaiapoi.
March 14, barque Marie et Louise, Bonnit, from Auckland. Passengers: Madame Bonnit, S. Treleaven, and 9 steerage passengers.

SAILED. March 12, s.s. Storm Bird, 105 tons, Mundle, for Otago, with original cargo and passengers.
March 12, schooner Isabella Jackson, 42 tons, McLellan, for Queen Charlotte Sound, in ballast.
March 13, schooner Sarah, 15 tons, Johnston, for Akaroa, in ballast.
March 14, schooner Elizabeth, 12 tons, Malcolmson, for Akaroa

Lyttelton Times, 19 March 1862, Page 4

ARRIVED. March 15, brig Windhover, 207 tons, Wood, from Sydney. Passengers: Mrs. Byrne and 4 children and servant, Misses Baptiste (2), Mr. and Mrs. Bent, Mr. and Mrs. J. Edwards and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. E. Edwards and 2 children; and 4 steerage passengers.
March 16, s.s. Storm Bird, 105 tons, Mundle, from Dunedin, with 43 passengers.
March 16, s.s. Airedale, 296 tons, Kennedy, from Wellington. Passengers: Mrs. Beeves, Miss Routledge, Messrs. Brimby, Coster, Slater, Aikman, Lyon and son, Iggleston, McLean and son, Montgomery, Dransfield, Moreton, James, Fairhurst; and 7 steerage for Canterbury; 18 cabin and 15 steerage for Dunedin.

SAILED. March 15, cutter Julia Ann, 15 tons, Swanson, for Dunedin.
March 17, s.s. Airedale, 286 tons, Kennedy, for Dunedin. Passengers: Mr. and Mrs. White,. Mrs. Moss, 5 children and 2 servants, Miss Darling, Miss Lyon, Misses Jones (3) and 2 children, Messrs. Hall, McFarlane, Reinecker, Murphy, Mead, Stacey, Hely (2), Wilkin, Burit, Farquhar, Stewart, Frea, Bainbridge, Hustler, Brown; and 33 original for Dunedin.
March 17, s.s. Maid of the Yarra, 97 tons, Gay, for Kaikora. Passengers: Mr. and Mrs. Hartland and 3 children, and 4 shepherds and wives.

Lyttelton Times, 22 March 1862, Page 4

Arrived. March. 20, s. s. Geelong, 108 tons. Boyd, from Dunedin, via intermediate ports. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Holmes, Master Holmes, Mrs. and Master Williams, Messrs. White. Beswick, and Robinson.
March 21, brig Mountain Maid, 195 tons, Anderson, from Newcastle.
March 21, schooner Ann, 37 tons, Poulgrain, from Auckland.

SAILED. March 19, brig Susan, 185 tons, Anderson, for Newcastle, N. S. W. Passengers—Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Julian, Mr. Rossiter.
March 21, p,s. Geelong, 108 tons, Boyd, for Dunedin, via intermediate ports. Passengers- Messrs. Herne, Clark, Pepperell, Thomson, Irvine, Poleson (2), Holey, Duncan, Williams, Chisholm, Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Watkins and 3 children.

Lyttelton Times, 26 March 1862, Page 4

Arrived. March 22, s.s. Wonga Wonga 103 tons, Renner, from Dunedin. Passengers—Mrs. Allen, Messrs. Peelhouse, Corbett, James, Rutherford, O'Downohue.
March-23, s.s. Airedale, 286 tons, Kennedy, from Dunedin. Passengers—Messrs Mallinson, Smart, Grant, Reardon, Heery, Mills, Jaggard.

SAILED. March 23, s.s. Airedale, 286 tons, Kennedy, for Wellington. Passengers—Miss Dartnall, Miss Hickson, Messrs. Dartnall, Duppa, Wakefield, Binney, Moore, Heywood, Mr. and Mrs. Milsom, five Maoris, arid twelve original passengers for northern ports.
March 24, s.s. Wonga Wonga, 103 tons, Renner, for Wellington. Passengers—Capt. Milton, and 7 original passengers from Dunedin.

Lyttelton Times, 29 March 1862, Page 4

Arrived. March 25, schooner Elizabeth, 15 tons, Malcolmson, from Akaroa.
March 26, schooner Henry, 42 tons, Paul, from Auckland
March 26, schooner Uira, 26 tons, James, from Timaru. Passenger—J. Small.
March 26, brig Louis and Miriam, 127 tons, Vandervord; from Sydney, via Wellington. Passengers —Mrs Hutchinson and three children, Mr and Mrs Hayden and three children, Messrs Gill, Brown, and Johns.
March 27, barque Fanny Fisher, 209 tons, Smith, from Wellington.
March 27, s.s. Omeo, 605 tons, McLaehlan, from Melbourne, via Dunedin. Passengers—Mrs James and family, Mrs Overton, Misses Overton (5), Mr and Master Overton, Mr and Mrs Courtney, Mr and Mrs Gascoigne, Miss Cochrane, Mr Elsbee and servant, Capt Kerr, Messrs Clapperton, Boyer, Ward, Davis, and 20 steerage passengers. sailed;
March 26, s.s. Maid of the Yarra, 97 tons, Gay, for Timaru. Passengers—Messrs Fieldhouse and Farmer.
March 27, brigantine Fox, 150 tons, Hoseason, for Newcastle, in ballast.

Lyttelton Times, 2 April 1862, Page 4

March 29, s.s. Prince Alfred, 704 tons, Bowden, from Sydney via Wellington. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Field, Miss Fearon, Mr. and Mrs. Cameron, Miss Cameron, Messrs.'Allington, Robinson, Oakes, Milton,.and 8 steerage passengers.
March 30, ship Victoria, 524 tons, Forss, from London. Passengers—cabin:
March 31, schooner Flying Fish, 33 tons, Cellem, from Dunedin. Passengers—Messrs. Howe, Foster, Lunighan, Ellis, Freeman, Raymond, Case, Toda, Glenney, Leamon.
March 81, brig Tyra, 276 tons, McKenzie, from Dunedin.

CLEARED. March 29, schooner Ada, 20 tons, Clark, for Wellington, in ballast.
March 29, s.s. Omeo, 604 tons, McLachlan, for Dunedin. Passengers—Mrs. Black, Messrs. Banks, Anstey, Naschelski, Wigley, Thomson, Murphy, and six steerage passengers. March 31, schooner Flying Fish, 35 tons, Cellem, for Auckland, in ballast, with 25 original passengers from Dunedin...
March 31, s.s. Prince Alfred, 704 tons, Bowden, for Dunedin. Passengers—Capt. Kerr, Capt. Rose, 41 adults and 12 children, from Sydney and northern ports for Dunedin. March 31, barque Marie et Louise, 427 tons Bonnit, for Point de Galle. Passenger—Madame Bonnit.
March 31, brig Windhover, 207 tons, Wood, for Sydney. Passengers — Messrs. Rodgers, Jaggar, Jones.      


Lyttelton Times, 25 April 1863, Page 4 AKAROA. ARRIVED.
April 16, U.S.S. Illinois, of New Bedford, Mass., 416 tons, W. R. Potter, commander, from the South Seas, with 1000 barrels sperm, 1200 ditto whale, and 8000 lbs. bone.

Lyttelton Times, 25 April 1863, Page 4 [Shipping Telegram.]
The U.S. ship Jenny M. Payne, [Paine] ship, 600 tons, Burke, fourteen days out from Wellington, bound to Otago, put in to Lyttelton yesterday evening, having run short of provender. She has 126 head of cattle and 800 sheep on board, having lost 1000 sheep. She got within sight of Otago heads three times, but was driven off by S.W. gales. She will have to land the stock, to save them from starvation. The vessel was chartered by Mr. Bird.

Lyttelton Times, 25 April 1863, Page 4
The U.S. ship Volga, 624 tons, will, in all probability, sail for Boston to-day. Capt. Taylor expects to pay us another visit in about nine months, if all turns out well. The following comprises her cargo:—4ol bales, 9 bags (163,605 lbs.) wool, valued at £7500 27 bales, 35 bundles (3810) sheepskins, valued at £400; 189 salted, 48 dry hides, valued at £125; total value, £8025; also parts of inward cargoes of former vessels, re-exported.